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After Mark Sanchez's best statistical season of his short career, the Jets traded for rock star quarterback Tim Tebow—bringing "Tebow-mania" to the Big Apple.
While the Jets coaches have been adamant about Tebow being the backup, not the replacement, for Sanchez, there's no telling how Tebow's arrival will affect the fourth-year quarterback. Despite coming off his best statistical season (set career highs in yards, touchdown passes and passer rating), Sanchez's play proved to be extremely inconsistent.
In an effort to somehow improve the Jet's offense, the team traded for Tebow—because trading for a quarterback who threw for under 2,000 yards with less than a 50 percent completion percentage is the perfect way to solve your own quarterback questions.
Sure, new offensive coordinator Tony Sparano may find the perfect fit for Tebow in some wildcat-esque role, but his presence in New York has already done more harm than good—see Sanchez's ego. If and when the Jets get off to a bad start in 2012, the calls for Tebow will become deafening.